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Mitron app revived back on Google Play Store few days after it was turned down, while Remove China Apps remains delisted

Both the apps were removed from the Google Play Store for violating the company’s policy

After staying away from Google Play Store days after being removed from by the tech giant Google the TikTok clone is finally back on the Play Store. The company has removed the short video app from its platform for violating its  “Spam and Minimum Functionality” policy. 

In a similar way, before the Miton app was removed, Remove China Apps was also delisted along with other apps from Google Play Store. However later we got to know that the developers of the Mitron app were in talks with the tech giant to fix issues related to the company’s policies. The company’s head  Sameer Samat via a blog post revealed that the company had given the developer of the application some guidance for facilitating the application’s return to Play Store. However, the Mitron app has been restored after some design changes. The developers have also updated its privacy policy pace whereas the promoter’s website has now been updated. We hardly see any chances that the tech giant would give a send thought to bring back Remove China Apps.

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To recall the app managed to cross more than 50 million downloads on Google’s platform. The app is an alternative to Chinese TikTok on June two the app was taken down from the Google Play Store for violating its policy which says that  “Apps should provide value to users through the creation of unique content or services.” It also states that the app should provide a “basic degree of functionality and a respectful user experience.” 

On the removal of the app Sameer Samat, Vice President, Android and Google Play said, “A number of recent app removals received particular attention in India and we wanted to clarify our actions. We recently suspended a number of apps for violating the policy that we don’t allow an app that encourages or incentivizes users into removing or disabling third-party apps or modifying device settings or features unless it is part of a verifiable security service.” He further added  “Earlier this week, we removed a video app for a number of technical policy violations. We have an established process of working with developers to help them fix issues and resubmit their apps.  We’ve given this developer some guidance and once they’ve addressed the issue the app can go back up on Play.”

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Komila Singhhttp://www.gadgetbridge.com
Komila is one of the most spirited tech writers at Gadget Bridge. Always up for a new challenge, she is an expert at dissecting technology and getting to its core. She loves to tinker with new mobile phones, tablets and headphones.


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